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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 22, 1974 HOME OF THE WEEK -The Herald- At Home Design H34-138 Sq. Ft. Soaring costs for housing to- day should bring back the storey and a half home to the popularity it enjoyed for many years Technically it should provide living area at less cost per square foot than any other TLJ.B.4CL I '-i? rn H M i i it, 7 It, o CLOSET! iz SMS. a SLCOND PLAN GROUND FLOOR. us i sa FT type of home Like the full two storey house, it has basement under, and roof over, less than its full living area, but it has the further advantage, even over the two storey design, that its upper storey is essen- tially what would be unused attic space in a bungalow The house illustrated is a fine example of this design principle and it provided three good bedrooms, two full baths, a den that could be a lourth bedroom, a generous living-dining area, roomy kitchen and plenty of closet space on a foundation of only square feet. In many jurisdictions, it could be built on a 50 foot lot. A brick veneer exterior accented by stone and vertical siding and a bay window for the den, lend real charm to its outside appearance The plans include details for an optional garage and breezeway Your Garden Gloxinias from seed or tuber ISABELLE R. YOUNG F.R.H.S The gloxinia (Sinmngea) has brilliant, velvety, graceful bell shaped blooms with flar- ing petals available in just about every color from white to rose, crimson and purple Some people describe the color range as that of a Per- sian carpet These gorgeous house plants come from Brazil via Germany and were named after Gloxin of Strasbourg Some are self- colored others are edged or spotted with harmonizing or contrasting colors There are single and double strains and the hybrids are especially out- standing Botanically, it belongs to the same family as the lovely African violet, which is. of course, the number one gesnenad Have ever taken a good look at the leaves'7 Some are quite hairv in appearance while others are smooth and if grown under ideal conditions some measure 10 to 12 inches in length Albert Buell who hvbndized some of the best varieties of gloxinias once had a plant that had 102 blossoms open at the same time gloxinias are not planted until around February, you might give it some thought now looking through the different seed catalogues deciding what you would like to do When buying tubers make sure they are firm ar.d plump They can Cither be started in pots or in flats the same as for tuberous begonias making certain the concave indented side is up A loose humus mixture is best and may consist of half loam and peat moss or equal ts of foam peat moss and Set the tuber in this leading just the crown ex- posed Then gne a good soak- ing with wdrm watT but do not get am in the hollow pdrt 01 the tubT Keep in a UmpTature nf 65 to 70 dr rfnd do not worry ivinp too murh light at time soon as growth ears then remove to a Institute of J A A th< well-lighted location, but not in direct sunlight When the sprouts have grown to about two inches it is a good idea to remove all but one shoot (by gently pulling from the tuber) as this will result in a much sturdier, stronger plant with large blooms These shoots that are removed may be rooted for extra plants The gloxinias that were started in flats should be transferred to pots as soon as a good root system is established using a five to eight inch pot. depending on the size of the tuber Set about an inch below nm of pot with top of tuber at soil level Keep the soil moist but not saturated Do not get any water on the leaves and protect from strong rays of the sun Give a dilute liquid fertilizer twice a week, after four to five leaves have developed Gloxinias are quite easy to grow from seed, starting some time m February in a mixture of equal parts of loam, peat moss and sand The seeds are almost dustlike so great care must be taken when sowing them Double Gloxinia seeds come 100 per cent true to color and 50 to 75 per cent of the plants will be double with 25 per cent or so single Germination takes place from 10 to 30 days depending on how fresh the seed is Place a piece of glass on top of the flat to conserve moisture but do not cover with paper as th? seeds germinate more freely if left exposed to the light not strong sunlight i When large enough to handle, transfer the seedlings to in- dividual five inch pots being careful not to damage the small tubers which are for- ming Culture is the same as for tubers Gloxinias started from seed bloom in approx- imateK six to seven months Uhen flowering has ceased er-idualh cut down on the watering The foliage will turn vellow and die down in duatms the tuber is dormant nr at the resting stage GJ! off the dead leaves and store lubers in 1h" pots ;n a cool rJrfrk dry placf keeping the soil just bareH moist Sometime in Februarv when vigriN of growth are noted the lubrrv are fre" of soil dnO pirfcH in -i flat or pot and into growth a-, before HOME-0-GRAPH HOME PLANNING SERVICE 40 Jarvis St., Toronto, Ontario M5C 2H1 D I enclose S1 50 (plus 25 cents handling mailing) for Home Designs for Canadians Book 1 2nd Edition 3 I enclose SI 50 iplus 25 cents handling mailing) for Home Designs for Canadians Book 2 2nd Edition C Please send free brochure showing sample Home of the Week designs and other design books available n Please send an order form so that I may order building plans for the design shown above NAME ADDRESS (Please Print) LETH. Carpentry Corner Three wise men Christinas card Those who enjoy Christmas can begin to experience the spirit weeks ahead of the holi- day by building outdoor decorations This easy-to- build illuminated 'outdoor greeting card is a case in point Since the full size pattern provides tracing and painting guides that specify where each color is used, no special skill is needed to create a picturesque decoration A string of out- door Christmas lights, placed in position directions indicate, provides needed illumination No special electrical or wiring experience is required to backlight "Greetings" and to silhouette the wisemen against the sky The Three approaching the Holy City are portrayed with a dignity that imparts true Christmas Spirit Day or night, your greetings will be extended to all who pass Step-by-step directions are complete and easy to follow- Full size painting outlines printed on pattern make this a fun project to build The com- plete material list recommends inexpensive pan- elboard available at lumber yards everywhere Send SI 85 cheque or money- order (no stamps please) for Pattern No 560, Three Wisemen to Lethbridge Herald. P 0 Box 4090, Station A Toronto. Ontario M5W1M9 Send an additional SI.85 for a catalogue illustrating more than 300 other pattern pro- jects and home improvement books Sears ATU DAY CIALS LIMITED QUANTITIES STARTS A.M. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY! SAVE 5 PIECE BRIDGE SET Square table, 30 in and 4 chairs in russet or avocado Great buy 64 99 Reg 5 piece set as above with 36" round table and 4 chairs 69 Reg China Dept Early Canadian Fleldstone 799 carton 1 carton covers 5 sq ft, 14 different facial designs Reg carton Plumbing and Heating Men's Black Dress Shoes 10 99 Slip on or tie style Sizes to 11 Vz Reg Shoe Dept. Hockey Goal Set 4 99 Includes hockey stick and ball Reg 99 Sports Centre Boys' or Girls' Stretch Denim Pants 4 99 Sizes 2 to 6x Rust, brown, green, red, navy, wine Infants' and Children's Wear 60" Angora Look Knit Fabric 4 99 Solids or dots Machine washable Reg 98 Fabric Oept Junior Bazaar Skirts 499 With front ties m various prints. 100% polyester Length beiow the knee style Sizes S M L Reg S10 Junior Bazaar Boys' Thermal Vests 279 pkg. 2 m a package Blue, white, gold Sizes 2, 4, 6. 7. 100% cotton Reg S3 29 Infants' and Children's Wear Boys' Thermal Drawers 289 2 m a package Slue, while, gold Sizes 2, 4, 6, 6x 100% cotton. Reg S3.49 Infants' end CMIdrvris Wear Twin Size Sheets Assortment of discontinued and imperfect sheets Perma prest Mir and malch assortment Twin flat or fitted 4.99 Pillowcases 4.99 Bedding end Unen Kwlk Sweep ,98 29 For bare floors or carpets Dust cap disposal Reg 6400 Vacuum cleaners Gear Bag 6 99 Red and blue Zippered bag with inside pocket Reg 99 Centre Orbital Dual Action Sander 1998 Develops maximum h p 4000 rpm Oil impregnated sleeve bearing 3% x 7" sanding pad Reg S24 98 Hardware Children's T-Shlrts 2 49 2 way stretch 100% nylon Sizes 2 to 6x Red, white, blue, pmk, yellow, orange Infants' and Children's Wear 54" Wool Blend Co-ordinate Suiting 399 yd. 50% wool 50% polyester Earth tones Machine wash- able Reg Fabric Dept Stretch Terry Sleepers 99 Assorted styles and colors S M L Reg At Home Wear Bazaar Fashion Tops 499 Fashion Tops in two styles 100% nylon tops White beige or navy Sizes S M L Reg Junior Bazaar Evening Clutch Bags 5 99 Assortment of colors and sizes Ladles' Accessories Spacesaver 22" Lilac, gold, white 2 cabinets, 1 shelf Provides extra storage space Reg 527 99 Ltd. Enjoy rt new' Use your All Purpose Aooount At Simpsons-Sears you get Ihe finest guarantee Satisfaction or money refunded. Store Hours Open Daily 9 30 a m to 5 30 D m Thursday and Friday 9 3C a m to 9 00 p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 ;